Huda Tauseef, BA, is a research assistant in the early childhood development research area at Child Trends. Ms. Tauseef has experience with various aspects of the research process, including literature reviews and quantitative analysis. Her interests broadly include maternal and child health, global health, and women’s health. working on various projects
Prior to joining Child Trends, Ms. Tauseef led an independent research project on childhood nutrition in Ecuador. She formulated her own research question after assessing the given dataset, conducted background research on diet patterns for children in Ecuador, and used STATA for her regression analysis. She also worked at the University of North Carolina Center for Health Equity Research, where she analyzed the state of rural health within North Carolina and created policy memos on the most pressing issues to disseminate to stakeholders.
Ms. Tauseef also has experience working with clients as a consultant for the Women and Children’s Health Branch at the North Carolina Division of Public Health (NC DPH). She worked with a team to map stakeholders who were implementing NC DPH’s Strategic Health Plan, and conducted a literature review and provided recommendations on best practices for survey design and dissemination. This project was intended to help NC DPH improve their environmental scan survey and move from more qualitative research to quantitative research.